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How Does Your Garden Grow?

How Does Your Garden Grow?

medium: acrylic
24" H x 24" W

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A Voice Silenced

A Voice Silenced

medium: acrylic
24" H x 24" W

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Rain On Me

Rain On Me

medium: acrylic, metallic pigments, crystal
36" H x 24" W

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The Evolution of Intelligent Speech

The Evolution of Intelligent Speech

medium: mixed media (acrylics, sand, gels, glass, copper)
12" H x 12" W

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Past, Present, & Future

Past, Present, & Future

medium: oil, metallic pigments

My sentences can be read in any order:
shaped by our experiences
We hold the memories of our past.
we must see beyond what we are today
We are witnesses to the present.
in order to know what we can become
We are the hope for our future.
Our existence encompasses all.
48" H x 36" W

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Beyond Our Barriers

Beyond Our Barriers

medium: two acrylic painted canvases cut into strips and woven together with added mixed media
40" H x 24" W

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...and the children, of Sderot, sing RED COLOR

...and the children, of Sderot, sing RED COLOR

medium: mixed media ( plaster, salt, sand, chains, glass, metal, news images, acrylic & ink, red-filtered led lights)
My words that wrap around the box-frame tell the story: "There’s a non-military town just outside of the Gaza Strip. It is home to a large number of Artists, Musicians & Poets; and, of course, to lots of children. It is a place that, when the code “Color Red” is blasted on the city-wide loudspeaker system, everyone has only 15 seconds to reach a bomb shelter to save their lives. …and the children, of Sderot, sing RED COLOR."
"Red Color" is a song that is taught to the young children, in Sderot, to help them cope with the terror of the incoming rockets. It directs them on what to do from the very first warning to the very end of the attack. This town is filled with many children living through such a large number of rocket attacks (year after year) that, by the time they reach middle school, half of them suffer from P.T.S.D. ..very sad.
23.25" H x 16" W

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An Ever-Changing and Enduring Nation

An Ever-Changing and Enduring Nation

medium: mixed media (acrylic, mesh wire, copper, glass, metal, oats, salt)
This bent and torn metal flag wraps around each side of the canvas. The stars evolve from the original circle of thirteen (on the left side of canvas) to the pattern of 50 (plus more someday?). And, even though we have been ripped apart over issues (symbolic chains are seen through the ripped flag), we have managed to reunite as One Nation. And we will stay united even if time, history and circumstance leave us somewhat tattered like an old flag. Our country (like this metal flag) will always endure.
12" H x 12" W

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A Modern Prophet

A Modern Prophet

medium: oil
One can see hope and inspiration in one’s own time. Look beyond the books of old; and see the prophets of our own day. The words are written, songs are sung and pictures are drawn. It is up to each of us to take heed. We should open our eyes to a world that is; and then open our mind to a world that could be. Imagine our world with no need for bars on our windows and locks on our doors.
30" H x 4" W

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Where Do We Go In a World Gone Mad?

Where Do We Go In a World Gone Mad?

medium: mixed; acrylic, sand and news clippings
36" H x 36" W

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